Streamlining Cardiovascular Care with Home-Health Monitoring

Streamlining Cardiovascular Conditions

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In this month’s issue of Cardiology Magazine, our partners at the American College of Cardiology take a deep dive into the co-development our home health monitoring platform for cardiovascular conditions including atrial fibrillation, hypertension, CHF, and more. This article highlights the accomplishments and progress we have made with the workgroup thus far in bringing cliexa-PULSE to life for the world of cardiovascular care.

PULSE is a home health monitoring platform designed to track symptoms, medications, milestones, and daily activity for the management of atrial fibrillation, hypertension, and other cardiovascular-related conditions. Clinicians can provide remote, virtual care for cardiovascular patients while maintaining proper documentation with the EMR for billing purposes

Over the past 24-months, cliexa and a workgroup of cardiologists have approached the development of PULSE through an iterative process. As part of the product development, the key focus was on the user experience of an atrial fibrillation home health monitoring platform for patients that provided actionable data for their clinicians. This has since expanded into other areas of cardiology including hypertension, congestive heart failure, and others. Monthly deep-dive meetings, held between the ACC workgroup and cliexa, have been critical to this iterative development and a thorough understanding of the problems that cardiologists face in traditional workflows.

Our time with the workgroup has been instrumental in framing a user-friendly platform for both patients and their physicians, and we are prepared to expand upon this platform by applying the power of artificial intelligence. Just last month, we were awarded the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade’s (OEDIT)’s Advanced Industries Accelerator Grant Program to pursue this very thing. With this partnership and the funds made available through this grant, the application of AI in cardiovascular disease management will be the next step worth tackling.

This is the second time cliexa has been featured in the official Cardiology Magazine. Check out the first feature here.

Stay tuned for further updates on our collaborative efforts with the American College of Cardiology, and sign-up for our Newsletter to receive quarterly updates on everything cliexa!

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